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Sudan military admits security forces committed 'violations' after protests turned deadly

FOXNews.com Friday, 14 June 2019
Sudan’s longtime genocidal dictator may be gone, but violence and repression continue to wreak havoc across the country as the ruling military council admitted "violations" after more than 100 protesters were killed following a sit-in camp outside the military headquarters in the capital, Khartoum.
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News video: Sudan opposition members 'deported' on 2nd day of general strike

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Deputy head of Sudan People's Liberation Movement-North rebel group says he and colleagues were forcibly sent to Juba.

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